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FIFTH YEAR. PHCENIX, ARIZONA, TUESDAY MORNING. JUNE 2(, 1894. VOL. V. NO. 31. fj h i '' JUST ALII3E. Will be Similar to Onr Former Efforts, but not JUST LIKE THEM, It will con tinue until the GLORIOUS FOURTH! Come in and see for yourself; then judge. Ooldberg Bros! Clothing Store HAKDWAK E. J - JML 1 Granite Garden Hose. Vapor Stoves. Paints. Barb Wire. Building Hardware. Agricultural Implements. B.VjVKIIVfcr. r ijins A. Fleming, President. P. J. Cole. Vice f 1 r T11TTTT JIT I mill mTIOML BANK, THE ONLY United Stales Depositarv IN ARIZONA. Paid Up Capital, U. S. Bonds to Secure Depositary for the The only Steel-Lined Vaults and Steel Kafety Deposit. Boxes in Arizona Merest Paid on Time Deposits. General Banking Business. Phoenix. Arizona. That for eeasanable goods HENRYE.KEMP&C0 Call and examine oar - President. A. H. Harschek, Cashier. - - $100,000 Deposits, 50,000 Territorial Funds. HEADQUARTERS! A SWISS KNIFE. Assassination of Presi dent Carnot of France. The World Thrown Into a Fit of Horror. Latest and Most Horrible Act of an Anarchist. All Countries Pour out Their Exe crations Upon the Head of the Murderer. By the Associated Press. Lyons, France, June 25. Marie Fran cois Sadi Carnot, president of the French republic, was assassinated here last night by a younz Italian anarchist named Calsere Giovanni Santo. ffiThe president was on his way from a re ception at the international exhibition to the Palaice de Commerce. The street was crowded through which Car not's carriage was slowly driven. The spectators weie horrified to suddenly see a man spring on the side of the car riage and stab Carnot. The blade pierced his liver and made a wound from which the president died at 12:45 a. m. The infuriated populace would have torn the assassin limb from limb but for the superhuman efforts of the gend' armes. Universal sorrow and in dignation is expressed thioughout the republic at the terribla deed. Carnot's last moments of life were moments of agony. The doctors dis covered his case to be hopeless as soon as they commenced. dressing the wound as internal hemorrhage had set in. "1 am Going Away." The president's last words were, "I am going away." Excited crowds gathered on the streets and tore down and wrecked the stores and shops in which Italians were interested because of the deed of one of their countrymen. The Italian consulate wouid have been raided but for heavy guards of poliqe. The deepest sorrrow and regret is heard on every hand. Telegrams of sympathy are pouring in from all points. Public builJirjgB throughout the nation are draped with mourning and the flags are at half mast. There U a heavy guard ahout the prefecture in which the as sassin is confined. The widow and children of the murdered statesman are prostrated with grief. Not an Italian. Sienor Ressman, the Italian ambas sador, received a dispatch this after noon from Rome saving that an inves tigation by Italian authorities showed that Santo is not an Italian but comes from Ticino, the southernmost canton of Swuzerland, where the majority of the inhabitants speak Italian. America's sorrow. Washington, June 25. In respect to the memory of President Carnot, the house adopted resolutions of sympathy and adjourned. England Mourns. London, June 25. The British court will be draped in mourning out of re spect to the memory of President Car not. The house of commons today adopted an address to the crown express ing sorrow, indignation and abhorrence at the murder of President Carnot and sympathy with France. Flags at Halfmast. San Francisco, June 23. Many flags floated at halfmast in San Francisco today out of respect to the memory of President. Carnot. The news of their president's assassination created the greatest excitement among the men on board the Duguay Trouin, the big French man of war, now in this port. The Chicago Assassin. Chicago, June 25. The assassination of President Carnot of France, added fresh interest to the case of Carter Har rison's murderer, Prendergast, whose insanity case was fairly under way. It was freely predicted in the court room that this latest slaying of a public char acter would have its effect upon Pren- dergast'e jury, the members of which are not denied the newspapers, ana material would be found in the person of Prendeigaet for an example to would- be assassins and today s proceedings developed nothing sensational. FRENCH ACQUITTED. Yavapai's Ex-Probate Judge Exonerated. Another Case Hanging Against Him. A Disastrous Fire at Pres cott Sunday Night. Prescott, June 25. Ex-Probate Judge W. FreDch was acquitted today of a charge of embezzlement. Th court instructed the jury to return a verdict of not guilty on account of a de fective indictment. There is one other charge pending against him to obtain money on a fraudulent warrant. A laree two-story rosidence owned by Morris Goldwater, a prominent mer chant of this place, was partially de stroyed by fire last night ; loss, $2,000; mostly covered by insurance. Murdered By Robbers. Jackson, Cal, June 25. Mrs. Mary E. Muskett, a .widow 73 years old, was found this morning lying dead in a gar den within forty feet of the front door of her home. She was undoubtedly murdered for motives of robberv. Kitzs'mmons Married. New Yoek, June 25. Robert Fitz simmons, the champion middleweight prize fighter, was married last evening to Miss Rosalie Julian Snmmucb of Melbourne. Australia. The bride is known as Rose Julian, a member of the Julian troupe of acrobats. A Populist Gone Wrong. Wichita, Kan., June 25. E.' B. Stotts, editor of a Populist paper at Garden City, Kan., and a former part ner of ex-Adjutant General Artz, was arrested at Garden City this afternoon on a charge of burglarizing the store of Wm. Ingle last February. . BREAKING PULLMAN. Fight Between the Railway Union and the Italian Knight. Chicago, June 25. At noon tomor row tne American Railway Union will begin to nght against the Pullman Pal ace Gar company. Vice-President Howard said, "We are going to bank rupt Geo. M. Pullman. In a short time we have shut up his works at Lud low and St. Louis and shall be able to cIobo bis last door at Wilmington. By next week he will be rendered com pletely helpless inside of ten days unless he comes to our terms." The Other Side. Chicago, June 25. Attorney Rey nolds says the Pullman company is prepared to stand by its original propo sition to the end. LOCAL BRIEFS. Godwin & Averv received vesterday a large shipment of their W. L. Douglas shoes. Testimonv was taken by Referee Holmes yesterday in the divorce case of Garhas vs. Garhas. The handsomest, costliest and finest bicycle in town belongs to Dick Flem ing. It came yesterday. Louis Melczer haB received two car loads of bottled alphabet beer, a new brand which is catching on rapidly. License to marry was issued yester day to Lucas Leon and Ereberlo Bust amente, W. E. Doplace Jr. and O. V. vvoosnum, Diomcio Verduga and Rosa uonzalte. Filencia Valenzuela, unaware of late metropolitan movements, left his team unhitched in the streats. Ignorance of new departures in law and custom is inexcusable. So Filencia knows now to the extent of $2. W. Tobin will leave today for the Congress mine where he will resume the blacksmith business which he has lately discontinued here by the dis solution of his partnership with W. L. Wilson. Messrs. Brown, Catherwood, Wilson and Furl, the Phoenix contestants in the Jong distance bicycle race from Nogales to Tucson, left on Sunday morning for the former place. They were joined at Mesa bv Salter. The race takes place next Friday. The twenty-nine young olive trees in the city hall plaza are greatly admired by visitors. They are heavily laden with fruit thus demonstrating in the most public manner that the culture of this semi-tropical is a sure enough in dustry in the Salt River valley. Circulators of petitions pro and con in the matter of the Masten franchise were out early yesterday morning aiding the almost vertical rays of the sun in keep ing the sidewalks hot. Nearly every property owner in the city and many who are not property owners have gone on record. The brick work on the Lamson col lege on Center street has reached above the first windows. Architect Leonard is supervising the work, which is being done by D. A. Evans, under a contract to complete it by September 1. At the rate he is now going the building will be finished long before that date. It will cost $10,000. The Turquoise mine of Messrs. Luke, Kirkland, Williams and Kelly bids fair to turn out a veritaole bonanza. Mr. Kelly has driven a tunnel twenty-five feet on the vein and the precious rock improves in appearance, both as to quality and quantity. A sample brought in by Mr. Kelly will be sent to eastern experts for the purpose of hav ing its fineness determined.. The following transfers of real estate were yeBterday ehtered for record : W. H. Cole to Chan. Livingstone, e of w i of n e -i of sec 7, tp 1, n r 2 e, $900: Bert Spencer and wife to Thomas Arm strong Jr., warranty deed to lot 9, blk 25, Churchill addition, $1,000; Thomas Armstrong and wife to Maricopa Loan and Trust company, quit claim to above described property, $1,000. The new hardwaie store of Dawson & Fish is now open. It seems to be well stocked, especially with household utensils and such things as nails, hinges and other building material. Mr. Dawson lived in Laadville since 1879 and knows how to cater to the needs of the boys who handle drill and pick underground. Both are well pleaBed with Arizona. The governor's office is ornamented by a handsome frame enclosing twelve official ribbons awarded Arizona ex hibits at the Worlds fair. The awards were all in the department of mines and include beBide various ores, onyx and sandstone. With the exception of awards on good arrangement of country rock, etc., the successful exhibitors were private individuals and corpora tions. Dr. Price's Cream Baking Powder Most Perfect Made. HE HAS A LEASE. How VitaPs Life May Be Sus tained. His Attorneys Did Not Think to Interject a Plea of Insanity Into the Case. i By the Associated Press. San Francisco, June 25. Though the natural course in the case of Antone Vital, the condemned murderer whose appeal was adversely decided by the supreme court on Saturday, would be to take him back to Santa Barbara county and resentence him, it will probably be sometime before that point is reached. Vital's attorneys say they will apply for a rehearing of the case; failing in that they will go to the governor with it. The rehearing proceedings will probably delay action for another year. The grounds for the application of re hearing and for a request for a commu tation, should other efforts fail are based on the same ground as was the appeal that Vital did not have a fair and competent trial and that insanity should have entered into the defense. The Troubled Missouri Section. Leavenworth, Kans., June 25. A terrific rain storm visited this vicinity yesterday afternoon and this morning nearly four inches of water fell and much damaged resulted. PERSONAL. Maj. R. Allyn Lewis was in Tempe yeBterday. Dr. J. L. Walker left last night on a business trip to New Orleans. Judge W. H. Barnes arrived in town yesterday morning on legal business. G. W. Webb of Paso Robles and G. Hoffet of Los Angeles, are stopping at the Lemon hotel. Messrs E. C. Chamberlin and E. J. Bonsall came down from Phoenix Mine yesterday morning. Mrs. G. H. Keefer left on Sunday night for Philadelphia to spend the summer with relatives. Mrs. Leo Goldman and Mrs. Cbas. Goldman and children left on Sunday night for San Francisco. Andrew Barry left yesterday for Tempe to take charge of the measure ment of water in the south side canals. Mrs. J. L. B. Alexander left last night for Los Angeles and other south ern Colifornia points to spend the. sum mer. Mrs. McNnlty and daughter go to California this week to remain until fall when Mies May will enter school at San Jose. . Mr. John Armstrong, editor of the Arizona Star, came up from Tucson on Sunday. He will remain until tonight in the interest of his paper. Mrs. E. Ganz, children and nurse started on Sunday night for San Fran cisco. She was' accompanied as far as Los Angeles by her brother, Gene Angleman. Territorial auditor H. C. Boont left on Sunday night for Jeffersonville, Mo., where Mrs. Boone is staying with friends. They will go from there to San Francisco and after a stay on the coast will return to the city. Commercial hotel guests yesterday were Fred Simon, Louisville, Ky. ; J. B. Clifford, San Francisco; S. H. Bell, Minneapolis ; Geo. T. Johnson and W. H. Barnes, Tucson ; Perry M. Williams, Maricopa ; Jose M. Ochoa, Florence ; E. C. Chamberlin and E. J. Bonsall, Phoe nix Mine. Roblnson-Perley. The marriage of Mr. W. H. Robinson and Miss Grace, second daughter of Judge Perley, is announced. The hap py event will occur tomorrow. The parties belong to the most exclusive grade of Phcenix society. Mr. Robin son has long been a confiidential at tache of the Arizona Improvement com pany offices. The prospective bride is a lady of a multitude of accomplishments and excellent qualifications. FOURTH OF JULY. Celebration of the Natal Day at Norton's Grove. A regular oldfashioned Fourth of July celebration will be held at Norton's grove, north of town, under the au SDices of the M. E. ch'-,rch south. The program will consist f recitations by some of our best elocutionists, and good music. Everybody is invited to attend and bring well filled baskets. The following is the program : 10 o'clock a. m. ' Music America Invocation Kev. Rowland Salutation Dr. H. A. Hughes Music "The Hiils and Vales Resound" Recitation, "The Fourth of July," Maggie Alsop Recitation, "Me an' Jones," Miss Marguerite Bell Declamation, "Independence," . Willie Rowland Recitation, "flow We Hunted a Mouse,"... Prof C. O. Case Music Red, White and Blue Address Dr. L. D. Dameron Dialogue, Who Did It? Recitation, '-The Black Horfe a"d His Rider," Mrs. Zee Mowre Address of the Day M. E. Collins Music Hail, Starry Banner 2 p. u. Music Hymn Recitation Janie Irvine RecitaUon, . Jenkins Goes to a Picnic".. . Emery H. Mowre Recitation, "Little Will" Bessie Hedgpeth Recitation, "E Piuribus Unum" Lena OBborne "Recitation, "Independence Bell," . . . H. A. Duer Vocal solo Miss Bettie Hughes Declamation, "Penn's Monument" Joe Hedgpe'h Re3itation, "The Two Words" Coit Hughes Address Rev. W. E. Vaughan Muyic The Star Spangled Banner The Kentucky Giant Dead. Danville, Ind., June 25. Geo. Hen- Insurance. Tie lew M Life Insurance Company. BOONE 4 LEWIS. General Managers For Arizona. Rooms 5 and 6 Fleming Block. Money Loaned on Policies at 5 per cent per annum. Call and see us if you want To Place a Gilt-Edged Loan Musical Goods. Removal, Has mov?d its office and ware rooms to No. 44 E-' Washington-Street. (Monihon block.) Agents for the Celebrated J. & C, FISCHER PIANOS. 8LASIUS PIANOS, WEAVER ORGANS. Instruments Sold on the Installment Plaa. Violins, Gultarx, Banjos, Accordeona. The Celebrated K. & C, String. Ileal Instate V. Isurance, BAKER AND ABRAMS Real v Estate v and' Insurance. Washington street, Near Munihon Block. son Craig, known as John Power, the Kentcky Giant, died today. He wag a museum attraction for twenty years and weighed 700 pounds. He was 46 years old. WIman's Case. New Yokk, June 25. Erastus Wi man has obtained an order returnable on Friday next to show cause why he should not have a stay of proceedings pending his appeal. An Illinois Cyclone. Pekin, III., June 25. A wind storm passed over central Pekin from the southwest last night unrooting houses, blowing down chimneys and leveling trees. II. Mac Davenport has taken charge of the Phcenix Light and Power com pany's works, vice H. Ohnick, who has resigned. All complaints should be made to him at the office, room 17, Na tional Bank of Arizona building. Dr. Ancil Martin, eye, ear, nose, throat and general surgery. For Sale A span of mules, harness and buckboard, all in good condition. 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